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May 2004 Blog Posts

SQL Server Yukon CLR for the DBA

PASS Webcast: SQL Server Yukon CLR for the DBA   Tuesday, June 15, 2004 (12:00 pm EDT) In this session you'll learn about the new .NET Common Language Runtime integration with SQL Server 2005. In this session you'll get an overview of the functionality provided by the CLR and find our why Microsoft added this new feature. You'll also see how it can be disabled as well as when you should try to take advantage of it. This session will go on to show you how you can use Visual Studio 2005 to create new CLR-based database objects like stored procedures and triggers. Speaker Michael Otey, Senior Technical Editor SQL Server Magazine...

posted @ Thursday, May 27, 2004 12:02 PM | Feedback (0) | Filed Under [ MS Webcasts ]

Reporting Services Tip #1

I've been working on SQL Server 2000 Reporting Services for the past couple of weeks.  I plan on blogging about my experience by providing tips. Reporting Services Tip #1: If you've created a report that you would like to deploy to a server without using Report Designer, you can upload the rdl file in Report Manager. We've got a disconnected network where we can not connect to production except through the web application, Citrix, or by walking down to the production server room.  This means that we can not deploy the reports through Report Designer from our own desktop.  So, all that we...

posted @ Tuesday, May 18, 2004 2:03 PM | Feedback (15) | Filed Under [ SQL Server - Reporting Services ]

It's hot here!

Well it's over 90 degrees in San Diego, CA this week.  I went to the beach yesterday to escape the heat as did thousands of others (I should have sold my parking spot when I left).  It was actually pretty cold at the beach with the winds.  The water was unbearable.  But it was better than sweating it out inland (I'm really only 15 minutes away but the ocean breeze isn't making it out there this week).  It's barely May and we are having record breaking tempartures already.  It's going to be a very hot summer here.  I'll be dreaming of...

posted @ Monday, May 03, 2004 10:45 AM | Feedback (4) | Filed Under [ Other ]

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